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Software Highlights from Credited Titles

Digital Extremes's first work that SPOnG is aware of is the 1999 title, "Unreal Tournament" (PC).

The company has been involved titles released on the PS4, PC, PS3, Xbox 360 and Xbox. Of these, "Unreal Tournament" (PC), "Pariah" (PC), "Unreal Tournament 2003" (PC), "Homefront" (PC), "Pariah" (Xbox) has been a best selling title.

The company's most recent involvement was on the 2013 release "Warframe" (PS4).

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Related Press Releases


Parkour 2.0, New Enemy Faction, New Warframe, and Much More Revealed at the Exclusive Community Event: TennoLive 2015

09 Mar 2015

Pariah Gets Some Rhythm

Composer Tim Larkin brings theatrical-style music score to highly anticipated new first-person action game.

14 Jan 2005

Digital Extremes goes beyond Unreal with new game and new publisher

Groove Games snags Digital Extremes' next first-person action blockbuster Pariah.

10 Mar 2004

Atari and Epic Games' Unreal Tournament 2004 demo becomes one of the most popular game downloads of all time

Posts more than 1.5 million downloads worldwide in first week - surpasses groundbreaking download rate of Unreal Tournament 2003.

23 Feb 2004

Atari announces Unreal Tournament 2004

Includes new maps, modes, mods. New 'assault' and 'onslaught' game types include huge terrain, land, space and air-based vehicles.

15 May 2003

Unreal Tournament 2003 reigns as #1 selling PC product for two weeks, excluding expansion packs

Follow-up to 1999 Game of the Year boasts new game modes, industry leading graphics.

28 Nov 2002

Hit game maker Digital Extremes spins off second studio

Brainbox Games devoted to video game development for next generation game systems.

23 May 2002

Adventure Pinball: Forgotten Island

The classic arcade game of pinball undergoes an extreme reworking in Adventure Pinball: Forgotten Island for the PC.

29 Jan 2001

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